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For something a little more sedate, the work of artist Jessica Zoob instantly struck a chord with me amidst the mayhem of the show. Inspired by crumbling plaster walls and faded surfaces, the delicate palette of her paintings has an ethereal feel that would be stunning hung pride of place over a sofa or above a bed. The intricate surfaces make you want to get up close and personal to examine their texture - I could happily sit and gaze at them for hours. Don't miss her gorgeous house sculptures, too (also for sale at the show).
BYRON & BYRON
Curtain poles are not always the obvious accessories that spring to mind when you think of high-trend touches to finish your space. So when these beauties winked at me from the other side of the room (well, tent,) it was lust at first sight. Apart from being bright (and I mean eye-popping, not-to-be-glanced-at-with-a-hangover bright) I love how in any other finish they could almost feel a little prim and proper but thanks to their neon coat, they're the closest thing you'll get to Hoxton Chic in SW3. I'd use one of these to create a striking pop of colour on a dark grey wall and soften the look with some sumptuous drapes from Volga Linen (conveniently just down the corridor).
RAPTURE & WRIGHT
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